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Shimmy Shimmy Shake
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Shimmy Shimmy Shake

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Composer Splitter/Splitter
Publisher Themes & Variations Inc

Price: $20.00

Catalog #SP3

UPC code: 9781897099261

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More great dances and movement songs by Australians, Susie&Phil, for K-5. They ll also be singing, playing instruments, creating sound effects and improvising in a variety of styles. Includes perf/acc CD. Songs and dances include Welcome to Music (a great opening action song for your music classes), Let There Be Music (a canon that is sung and danced in unison or in two parts), Moving Down the Street (a fun and easy movement song to explore fast, medium and slow), Partner Dance (a cute song to sing and dance with a partner), Rockin Rhythm(improvise on instruments or body percussion), Lo Yisa Goy (a beautiful dance sung in Hebrew and English. Add scarves or ribbons to the dance for a really beautiful effect. An Orff arrangement of the song is included. (Don t walk in front of me, I may not follow....), Copycat (create movement and play a simple Orff arrangement), Move It! (create movement or improvise on instruments), Marmalade and Vegemite (a game song that your students will love while they sing about Australian breakfast foods), Funkey Monkey Story and Song (Orchestrate and dramatize the story using sound effects on unpitched instruments. Then dance the conga line to the Funkey Monkey song!), and Ocean Song (a beautiful song, dance and instrumental piece).

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COPYCAT  
FUNKEY MONKEY STORY  
FUNKEY MONKEY STORY  
LET THERE BE MUSIC (PIANO)  
LET THERE BE MUSIC (VOCAL)  
LO YISA GOY  
MARMALADE AND VEGEMITE  
MOVE IT!  
MOVING DOWN THE STREET  
OCEAN SONG (PIANO)  
OCEAN SONG (VOCAL)  
PARTNER DANCE  
ROCKIN' RHYTHM  
WELCOME TO MUSIC  
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